Digital History, Open Access and Academic Blogging at the EUI on November 9, 2016
The Open Access week at the EUI is not quite over yet.
After the round-table on Open Access in Social Sciences on October 27, the Library, together with the History and Civilisation Department’s Digital History Seminar and OpenEdition Italia holds another event next Wednesday 9 November about Open Access in the humanities and social sciences, which offers three different sessions.
In the morning, Emiliano Degl’Innocenti, researcher at the CNR in Italy, will present the Horizon2020 digital history project ICARUS for accessing primary sources in Open Access, in which the EUI Library is a partner.
During the second-half of the morning, Pierre Mounier, adjunct director of the international development at the Centre pour l’édition électronique ouverte (CLEO), will present some European Projects in Open Access dealing with Humanities e-books.
In the afternoon there will be also the chance to engage directly with open access academic blogging and create one’s own Wordpress blog on the SSH international and multi-lingual platform Hypotheses.org (see more information below).
Here’s the full program of November 9, 2016:
Theater, Badia Fiesolana
9.00-10.30 ICARUS: Interoperable eCosystem of HistoricAl SouRces for European history
Emiliano Degl’Innocenti (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Frontiers in Digital Humanities and DARIAH.it)
10.30-11.00 Coffee Break
11.00-13.00 What is Open Access ? What are the European Projects dealing with Humanities e-books?
Pierre Mounier (L’École des hautes études en sciences sociales, OpenEdition)
Discussants from Open Edition Italia Scientific Board
14.00-15.30 Academic Blogging on the Hypotheses Platform: The Starter Kit: Start, Configure, Customise, Publish content
Pierre Mounier (L’École des hautes études en sciences sociales, OpenEdition) – Part 1
15.30.-16.00 Coffee break
16.00-17.30 Academic Blogging on the Hypotheses Platform: The Starter Kit: Start, Configure, Customise, Publish content
Pierre Mounier (L’École des hautes études en sciences sociales, OpenEdition) – Part 2
Hypotheses is an Open Access publication platform for academic blogs. It enables researchers to provide real-time
updates of their own research and scientific activities. Hypotheses.org offers enhanced visibility to humanities and social sciences academic blogs on a common platform. The Hypotheses team provides support and assistance to researchers for the technical and the editorial aspects of their project.
Hypotheses is run by the Centre for Open Electronic Publishing (Cléo, France), a unit that brings together the CNRS, the EHESS, the Aix-Marseille University and the University of Avignon. The Cléo provides other tools via the OpenEdition portal: Revues.org, a platform for academic journals in the humanities and social sciences and Calenda, the social sciences and humanities calendar.
The users’ quick start guide is available in French, English, German and Spanish and is distributed under Creative Commons license in PDF, ODT and HTML formats. See La maison des carnets (in French) – The House of Blogs (in English) – Bloghaus (in German) – La casa de los blogs (in Spanish). These blogs also provide technical and editorial support to the Hypotheses academic bloggers community, like statistics, guidelines etc.